Egyptian Women Who Use an IUD Have a Higher Risk Of Anemia Than Those Who Rely on Other Methods

Estrin, D. J.
September 2000
International Family Planning Perspectives;Sep2000, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p142
Academic Journal
Investigates the impact of the use of contraceptive methods on the prevalence of anemia among Egyptian women. Higher risk of anemia found in women who use intrauterine devices; Reproductive characteristics with significant effects on the prevalence of anemia; Impact of diet on the prevalence of anemia.


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